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added April 28, 2011 by CLPP

On April 8-10, 2011, over 1,200 students and community activists from 152 campuses and over 300 organizations came together for a weekend of workshops, discussions, learning, networking and movement building to revitalize political passions, energy and imagination, and to celebrate our collective leadership and strength.

An image of the CLPP Student Group.

added April 19, 2011 by Anna@CLPP
Once again the Abortion Speak Out on Friday night of the conference was a tremendous success. Thank you to all of the brave people who participated and made this such a powerful experience. Here are some thoughts on the Abortion Speak Out from some conference participants.
added April 18, 2011 by CLPP

*Please note: The dates for CLPP's Summer Leadership Institute are now June 20-23, 2011. It was recently brought to our attention that the Institute overlapped with the Allied Media Conference and we wanted to make sure people who wanted to could go to both.

Join activists from across the country in Rensselaerville, NY as they engage in interactive trainings, Lifetimes of Activism mentoring, project development, and movement building!

The 2011 Summer Leadership Application is now available here: SLI Application 2011

added April 11, 2011 by Jessica FemWriter

This weekend was my first time experiencing the amazing and inspiring Civil Liberties and Public Policy (CLPP) conference at Hampshire College…and just in time for its THIRTIETH anniversary (commemorated by three large dance break-outs/parties in just two days). I’ve honestly been exposed to so much that my head is still spinning, and I will send out recaps from the workshops as I process all of the information over the next week.

added April 10, 2011 by attyjeannie

 This workshop at the 30th CLPP Civil Liberties and Public Policy) "From Abortion Rights to Social Justice" challenged my liberal viewpoints and my "ablist" beliefs which are so deeply held I didn't even realize I how "ablist" I am or hopefully have been in the past.


added April 5, 2011 by cldiehl

After meeting a group of women from Condega, Nicaragua who spoke at the CLPP
conference last year, I was moved to join the struggle for reproductive freedom. After a few emails and research, I left for Condega. I spent a month in Condega working with Amanda and Helen (the women I  heard speak) around issues of reproductive rights, violence and empowerment for young women. They run their program out of a small technical school for young women.

I learned facilitation as well as a new perspective on reproductive rights from a global viewpoint. I was able to take away the importance of fighting for reproductive freedom for all women as well as ideas that are transferrable to other places that need these same rights.


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